Planning matters

Subject of Cybercrime? Take These Steps First!

Being subject to cybercrime is a very stressful experience. If you find yourself compromised by one of these attacks, it’s essential you act quickly to mitigate the impact of the breach. The following provides information on steps to take within the first one to two days after a breach has occurred…

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Safeguarding Against Cybercrime

Cybercrime. It’s a word that is more and more common in today’s world. It’s also something we take very seriously at Johnson Bixby, always prioritizing and protecting your personal information. While cybercrime is a dangerous threat to your identity and assets, there are some things you can do to help safeguard them. We gathered a few tips to help.

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Pearls of Wisdom: Should You Pursue a Graduate Degree?

Many people consider going to graduate school, but fewer actually do. Daunted by the variety of options for pursuing a graduate education, they become overwhelmed, or start to doubt whether a higher degree is worth the cost in time and money…

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Setting Your Small Business in Motion, Successfully

Some of our clients own their own business; more of you may decide to start one someday whether as a career, for extra income, or as a retirement activity. The Small Business Administration (SBA) estimates that there are more than 30 million small businesses (defined as those with fewer than 500 employees) accounting for over 99% of all companies in America. So, how can a small business get on the right track and be successful?

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes

Back in 1980, the United States’ share of global GDP was about 21.1%, with the U.K., Germany and France holding 13.2% in aggregate, Japan at 7.8%, while India and China represented 8.4%. Fast forward to today, and the United States’ share has grown only marginally, while the big three of Europe as well as Japan have actually declined over a 37-year period. So, where was the bulk of the growth?

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